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... man in the mirror and told himself "you wanna be starting something" and inspired the people of Russia to come together into a huge revolution against the royal rule. His rise to power brought communism to Russia and during his rule, the ideology of communism, mixed with some democratic powers kept Russia powerful amongst world States. When Lenin passed, the glory days were over and Russia was once again in political chaos, until Stalin came to power, ...
... whilst others are, as you expect Russians to be, sullen and severe, they even turn away from you rather than be of any help ! We still haven't worked out despite age and gender, why some are so difficult and unfriendly. Our trip here in Moscow was topped with a wonderful 2 1/2 hour trip on a Radisson-blu river cruiser...very relaxing and serene. Waiting now for another midnight train ....onto Mongolia ...and will then be 7 hours ahead of the UK ...
... is surrounded by walls and defensive towers.
I had no idea the Kremlin was so vast. It's filled with four cathedrals, and lots of buildings ranging from historic to very modern.
Photography was permitted everywhere except in one of the churches we visited, as well as inside a building in which we spent a long time, known as The Armory.
The Armory contained a spectacular collection of treasures, including ...
... so became a tour guide. Today we went to the Diamond Fund inside the Kremlin. The was a huge display of Kremlin Sights of today: In the evening we went to a traditional Russian Folk dancing. Cossack dancing & colourful costumes. Very ...
The morning began with yoghurt and apple before venturing out into the bright sunshine lit streets. Ollie took the reins and led his fellow travellers towards the start of the Moscow tour. On arrival, we quickly blended in with 30 other cold looking tourists before heading towards site one, the oldest church in Moscow. We learned that the only reason it had stood through the soviet period was due to the KGB using it as their secret base - or so we were told!